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In Cobble Hill’s Historic District, a charming townhouse seeks $4.495M

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The airy four-story brownstone boasts original ironwork

Photos: Travis Mark, courtesy of Douglas Elliman

A Neo-Grecian-style townhouse in Cobble Hill’s historic district that dates back to the late 1870s has just listed for $4.495 million.

The recently renovated, four-story brownstone comes with original ironwork on the facade, blonde hardwood floors, and a surrounding bay window—which is part of the property’s original style, according to the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s historic designation report.

The 3,240-square-foot home has four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, two fireplaces, a glass-walled wine cellar, and a sumptuous garden with seating areas and “mature flowering trees, herbs, and vegetables to create a true oasis in the heart of the city,” the listing says.

Lucali, deemed one of the 22 stellar sit-down pizzerias in New York City by our friends at Eater, happens to be on the same street, a five-minute walk away. Other neighborhood highlights include Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain, as well as La Vara and Cobble Hill Park.

The property is located at 455 1/2 Henry Street, between Kane and Degraw Streets. Taxes for the property will be $930/month. Lindsay Barton Barrett of Douglas Elliman has the listing.